Teachers group Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) has made a call for the inclusion of the Collective Negotiation Agreement (CNA) cash incentive to the 2019 national budget, after Department of Education in Region 11(DepEd-11) declared the status of “no savings” last year.
Author Archives: MARA S. GENOTIVA
More than 300 individuals from remote Lumad communities in Surigao del Sur fled from their homes early this week due to the series of aerial bombings and harassments, a local Lumad leader reported.
Tan said the red-tag “can cause anxiety among parents and students, while encouraging the military and the police to harass UP faculty and students.”
Anti-narcotics operatives here recovered P375,000 worth of shabu from a woman in a buy-bust operation on Wednesday, January 5, at a military checkpoint in Davao City.
The City government of Davao is set to give P10 million as financial and relief assistance to five provinces affected by Tropical Depression Usman.
Plantation workers of a Japanese-owned fruit company Sumitomo Fruit Corp. (Sumifru) are now on strike since Monday, October 1, paralyzing seven out of 11 packing plants of the company’s district 6 in Compostela Valley province.
Around 900 workers of Sumifru Philippines Corp., a banana-export plantation in Compostela Valley province, launch a strike on Monday, October 1, to demand the company to engage them in collective bargaining and regularization of their tenure. (Mara S. Genotiva/davaotoday.com)
Police and local government officials here agreed in a meeting with Lumad leaders for the pullout of military detachment and troops in Lianga town after indigenous people residents evacuated their communities early this month.
More than 1,600 Lumad evacuees took the national highway on Monday, July 30, in a bid to reach the provincial capital Tandag City, as a protest against the military encampment of their communities.
The New People’s Army has finally freed a police officer they held captive for seven months.